After a long and distinguished career, Henry E. Dugan, Jr., is now retired.
During his entire career, Henry dedicated himself to caring for some of the most disadvantaged members of our society. Originally a member of the Christian Brothers, a religious order founded to teach the poor, Henry thereafter taught high school in inner city Baltimore, gaining experience which served to hone his conviction to dedicate his professional career to fighting for the disadvantaged.
The first member of his family to attend college, Henry paid for his legal education working as a well digger, iron worker and oil burner mechanic.
Not long after obtaining his Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from the University of Maryland, Henry founded the Firm now known as Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC.
Throughout his distinguished career, Henry was the lead trial counsel in obtaining many multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements in complex medical malpractice and products liability cases across the country.
Henry, his wife and their menagerie of cats still reside in Baltimore, Maryland. While remaining Of Counsel to the Firm, Henry hopes to have more time to indulge his continuing passion for learning, especially on topics related to American history, art and architecture. Perhaps a vestige of his days as a well digger, Henry still enjoys getting his hands dirty in the garden, helping things to survive, grow and prosper.